Zimbabwe will join other United Nations member states in the fifth two-day United Nations Environment Assembly (UNEA), which begins today in Kenya.
UNEA brings together representatives of the 193 member states of the United Nations, business, civil society and other stakeholders to agree on policies to tackle the world’s most pressing environmental challenges.
The theme of this year’s session is ‘Strengthening action for nature to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals’.
In a statement, the Environmental Management Agency (EMA) said it is represented by Environment, Climate, Tourism and Hospitality Minister Mangaliso Ndlovu and senior government officials.
“Right after UNEA5-2 there will be a special session to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the United Nations Environment Programme; [email protected] from March 3 to 2022.
“The theme for them [email protected] The event is “Strengthening UNEP to implement the environmental dimension of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development”.
“The 50th anniversary of the United Nations Conference on the Human Environment in 1972, widely regarded as the first international environmental meeting, also known as the Stockholm Conference.